As a global leader in end-to-end customer experience (CX) products and solutions, Foundever, with the world’s best-loved brands, from Fortune 500 companies to local startups, to design, build and deliver a competitive edge across all customer touchpoints.
With our award-winning culture built on over 40 years of industry-leading experience and commitment to improving the employee experience, we improve business results by pairing innovative design thinking and digital solutions – including self-service, artificial intelligence (AI), automation and data-driven analytics – with the expertise, emotion and empathy of our people to Create Connection. Value Conversation.
A fantastic opportunity for customer service advisors.
The primary function of the role is to be the first point of contact and deliver a professional and high quality customer service. This could include dealing with customer, client, or third party contacts and complaints within agreed service levels. The individual will need to use their own initiative as well as follow established procedures, processes and systems to source information to provide a resolution for the customer. The role may also involve initiating contact with individuals within the client’s organisation or other 3rd parties.
We do operate in a call centre environment and work Monday - Sunday
After you click apply, you will be redirected to our online screening system 'Harver'. The application will take around 30-45 minutes to complete and will be taken into consideration through the hiring process. Once complete a member of the Recruitment Team will review your application and contact you to discuss the next steps. We look forward to receiving your application!
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